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and cold quickly. here's where we are on hi-def doppler. strong els radar in the bay area picking up some showers in the south bay. milpitas, san jose, north of palo alto, mountain view with heavier showers toward the los altos hills. one heavier cell daly city, south san francisco in the next 20 minutes just now moving onshore. the rain is widespread, cold is everywhere. 53 now for concord. san jose 53. san francisco 54. on monday in san jose, a record high of 84 degrees. today in san jose, we dropped nearly 30 degrees all the way down to the mid-50s. coming up in weather i'll talk about how long this will stick around the rain and the cold and have a weekend preview coming up. >>> a powerful november nor'easter delivered another blow to the northeast. the storm pounded the area with rain, snow and winds gusting up to 60 miles an hour. and it has caused more than $200,000 in additional -- excuse me, 200,000 additional power outages in the same areas hit by superstorm sandy. the new storm is pushing residents to the limit. >> everything that i open is here. i'm trying to save it. >> good
will cost 15 cents more from any convenience store. if i bought either in the neighboring city of el cerrito, it would be cheaper. cheaper, more expensive. cheaper, more expensive. >> did cigarette taxes hurt businesses? well, to some extent. you know, they made less money on cigarettes but we wanted that. >> reporter: at this hair salon, the buzz is about measure n and at least here among the ladies it's not popular. >> people are still going to buy soda regardless. >> reporter: rosalin butler understands we have an obesity crisis but says this is no way to fix it. >> i believe that starts in the home. >> reporter: big soda has poured five million dollars into defeating measure n. proponents have raised only $70,000. proponents say it would raise $3 million for the city but say it doesn't necessarily have to go to the schools. they would like it to but there's nothing in the law about it. in richmond, mike sugerman, cbs 5. >>> two separate wrecks involving a big rig and nine cars on highway 101 in san francisco this afternoon blocked three lanes of the highway south of 280 for nearly two ho
will realize there are multiple ways to get here and relieve some of the pressure on the el tro exit. >> i certainly hope that the vol that we saw this -- the volume that we saw this weekend is not snarled and people can get in and out of the center. >> reporter: 2,000 permanent jobs and 1500 seasonal jobs have been create and the center will generate $1 million in sales tax. livermore has already hired additional police officers and reinstated their gang and drug task force because they know the money is coming in. >> and it is going to get crazy again here next week. thanksgiving, on thursday, they open up the mall at 10:00 p.m. for 25 hours of nonstop shopping. in livermore, ann notarangelo, cbs 5. >>> green coffee becoming the new diet craze. questions about what is really inside the fat-busting pill. >>> and cars are back in their driveways but who is going to pay for damage like this? coming up what you need to know about your insurance before disaster strikes. >>> a mass shooting at a seek temple. for the first time cops talk about how they confronted it. tonight on the cbs evening
but homeless after a house fire in el sobrante. it happened on sherwood forest drive about 12:30 this morning. fire crews knocked the fire down in 20 minutes. one firefighter suffered a minor injury to his art. damage is estimated at $80,000. one firefighter suffered a minor injury to his arm. >>> the commercial crab fishermen headed out this afternoon. they will get $3 per pound. you can expect to pay about twice that. word is the crabs are bigger this year but there are fewer of them. >>> crews are work against the clock in the daly city neighborhood buried by a mud slide. they are trying to shore up the hillside before the rain hits. cbs 5 reporter joe vazquez with how exactly they are doing that. joe. >> reporter: hey, allen. from this perspective you can see the neighborhood here and then way up on the hillside you can see that huge crater where all that water came spewing out of yesterday. it cuts right to left and it barely missed the homes here. now there's another concern, a storm is in the forecast. stacking hay and clearing storm drains, two tasks that have daly city crews hard at
of next week. so good news is the weekend is look great. >> is that our pattern for the winter? is it el nino or la nina? >> we're stuck in the middle now but the deal is this time of the year specifically november into december there's always an active storm somewhere. the question is, is it here or not? most often it's not. next week, looks like that active pattern will be right over top of us. >> coming to town. >> load up on umbrella if you are still shopping. >>> when we come back, bay area researchers come up with a way to speed up the implant process for implant survivors. how it works next. >>> thousands protest in egypt accusing the president of assuming the powers of a dictator. is this the end of the arab spring? that's tonight on the "cbs evening news." ,, ,,,, ♪ secondhand smoke affects everyone's health. it's not just irritating. it can cause heart disease and even death. speak up about secondhand smoke. your health and the health of your family depend on it. with breast cancer will undo a mastectomy. now a new experimental device -- maden the bay area - is helping te wo
. that was due to el nino. even though we are expecting a foot of rain here in napa between today and sunday night, coming up at 6:00 i'll tell you why we don't anticipate the same kind of flooding. that's tonight at 6:00 right here on cbs 5. reporting from napa, roberta gonzales cbs 5. >>> and as you just heard, the north bay is going to get hammered but one spot in particular really needs to watch out. in the past, heavy rains have flooded san anselmo creek inundating the downtown with water. voters approved a tax for prevention projects five years ago. but the money has been tied up in court most of the time. now there's about $10 million waiting to be spent. >> there are efforts that -- planning efforts and more to develop what are called retention ponds in upstream areas the idea of which is to slow down the downstream onslaught of water that happens in big rain events. >> the town may be on alert but not everyone there is happy about being on the news. ahead at 6:00, cbs 5's mike sugerman explains why. >>> we might be seeing more of this before all is said and done. this tree came down
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